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Jesus, we need you in our nation! We are asking for wisdom on the issue of our election. Guide us as intercessors with your Holy Spirit--show us how to pray.

With mounting evidence of vote tampering, it’s time to learn more about the equipment and processes of election 2020 voting. Does the vote really reflect the will of the people? Is voter fraud happening? We know that God is at work–we are hearing about His hand moving–just recently on the Tuesday Pray With Others call we heard of miraculous stories regarding the post-election battle. So, let’s be informed, be aware, and be in prayer. 

At least three types of voter fraud have been identified: ballot dumping or stuffing, software/electronic manipulation, and ballot processing violations. Ballot stuffing or dumping is the act of introducing mass numbers of fraudulent ballots into the system at once. According to a former ballot fraud participant, fake ballots are created and then stored to be used as necessary for tight elections in specific districts. In fact, these fraudulent ballots are sent out nationwide with handlers, waiting on the numbers to come in, ready to deliver them after hours to the district or processing center that needs to make up a vote deficit. These ballots are then dumped into the processing system and framed as “found” ballots in a late processing district, or even positioned as mail-in or military ballots. An election can be swayed with as few as 500-1,000 votes, and if the fraud is happening in multiple districts, it all adds up. Did we see this in some districts in 2020?

Take a deep dive in IFA’s newest Special Report with some helpful explanations of what we might be seeing in pockets in our nation. Voter fraud is a guarantee in every election–experts say it happens without fail. But is what we have seen in 2020 a whole new level of illegal intervention to flip votes, shift totals or manufacture ballots? Could we be seeing the largest scale voter fraud effort in our nation’s history?  Some experts believe so.  Download the special report and find out more.  Also, track the court cases for 5 critical states–these could determine the outcome of the election! All included in this meaty IFA special report.



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  1. For those who doubt that voter fraud is happening, I believe it is being fostered here in Nevada. My husband and I voted in person using voting machines. We signed in electronically and our signature was supposed to match the signature on file.That is our only means of identification to verify that we are the intended voter. The machine I signed was so difficult to use and so inaccurate that there was no way it could match my signature. It looked like I wrote with the pen held by my toes. I asked the clerk how she could know that was me by that signature; she seemed annoyed and told me that they could.
    My husband said his machine was also rigged that way, and another person I checked with experienced the same thing in another precinct. I hope that we are alone in this experience, but I doubt it. The state also sent mail-in voter packets to everyone registered yet the roles have not been kept,up. Thousands went to wrong addresses, deceased persons, those who have moved away, and so on. Nevada also is dragging their feet in counting the ballots I believe in hopes to not having time for a recount. That’s just my opinion; nothing I’ve heard. Of course, we do live in Sin City, so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.
    I do believe that now is a time for praise because the Lord sees and knows. When I begin to fret, I read Psalm 37. If the President loses, I know that our Redeemer is on His way even sooner!

    Amen! 1
  2. Heavenly father we pray for your guidance to turn this nation back to the christian godly principles. Through sexual immorality, and pride arrogance, haughtiness, lying lips,prosperity, Lord, we have turned away from you in our churches, in our public places, in our families. We pray for help with taking back our nation in our schools, in our colleges, in our families, In our government, Christ in your mercy, hear our prayers. God in your mercy, hear or prayers. Holy spirit, in your mercy, hear our prayers. Please intercede holy spirit on our behalf in the heavenly courts, only way you can intercede…Help us to have courage and wisdom to stand during this time 11/13/20. Give our supreme court wisdom during this time with voter fraud and deception from the enemy! We pay for President Trump to be reelected in Jesus name! THE NAME above all names.He stood with your beloved Israel.” I will bless those who bless Israel, and he has. We pray that your name Yaweh, Yehova, Yeshua, be glorified through all this. You make a way when there is no way. Like you did for the Israelites. Fire by night you led them. You have brought back Lazarus from death Jesus!!! We pray in Jesus precious blood that this nation will silence the media and all those who are here to harm our Nation from internal and other nations!! We Pray all in Jesus name! Amen.

    Amen! 5
  3. As Christians you should be ashamed of yourselves for peddling these phoney conspiracies about voter fraud. I never thought I would see the day that Christians and Republicans would want to do away with elections in America and just let the president become a monarch. If you invalidate the presidential vote then you invalidate all the congressional and state and local votes along with it. They were all on the same ballots. There was obviously vote splitting where millions voted for Republicans in state and local elections but not for Trump. Trump lost fair and square and needs to humble himself and put the country before his own ego for once.

    1. I’m not ashamed of myself as I am a Christian also that believes there was voter fraud. You must be a Democrat to so cavalierly say that Republicans should be ashamed of themselves!

      Amen! 12
      1. I used to be a Republican until they nominated Trump. Now I am independent and have come to believe that neither party is really on board with Christian ethics completely so I cannot label myself as either one. Didn’t the Republicans say that they would not vote for impeachment even though they agreed that Trump acted illegally and that the voters should decide? Well the voters have decided and now the Republicans are trying to nullify that vote.

    2. I am a follower of Yeshua/Jesus and I am not ashamed of HIM or of believing there was voter fraud…hundreds of people reported witnessing it and have signed affidavits…I am praying for God’s will to be done in regards to the election and I trust that HE will bring justice and expose injustice.

      Amen! 12
    3. I am not a Republican or a Democrat. I am a Christian. As a Christian what we as a nation should be ashamed the heartbreaking number of “Christians” that vote for the policies that kill millions of babies, what we should be ashamed of is voting for policies that allow our children to change the gender they are given from their Creator God and their parents not be able to do anything about it. What we should be ashamed of is says what God has called an abomination, a legal right. What we should be ashamed of is not doing our homework and depending on others to do it for us. What we should be ashamed of is being lovers of self and not lovers of God. When we stand before the judgment seat of Christ, our opinions or parties will not matter…but all will be judged according to His word.
      Father have mercy on Your Church and on our nation. Forgive my sins and the sins of my nation! Father end abotion and send Revival to our land.

      Amen! 7
  4. Cole and jaquelyn bring up valid points
    We all need a Nathan in our lives..And not look the other way bUT firmly and lovingly confront our brothers/sisters

    -Faithfull are the wounds of a friend
    But kisses of an enemy are deceitful
    – Proverbs 27:6-

    And we are to pray love our enemies right ?

    Matthew 5:43-48

    The refining pot for siver amd rhe furnace for gold ,but the Lord test hearts
    -proverbs 17:3

    Amen! 6
  5. Without trying to sound like an expert, I will proceed forward. My hope is this will resonate with many within their souls. In the news media, articles, news stories, socmed (social media), private and public conversations, etc., we continue to see the word(s) IF or MAYBE placed in discussions surrounding “election fraud”. This is a way that dilutes, diffuses or cast doubts in what HAS HAPPENED!! There is no If or Maybe. It’s like a sideways form of being “PC” in our tip-toe culture… and it’s wrong!
    There are already multiple hundreds to thousands of proven “deliberate acts” of voter fraud on record in various forms for this election. It is heartbreaking and sad to watch what were once trusted institutions in our nation both speed forth and willingly participate in this charade. But calling it a charade is being nice. It is theft. “The enemy comes under the still of darkness to steal and destroy”. And when we play nice word games with the enemy…he is emboldened.
    1 illegal or fraud vote is too much. We are witnessing “millions”. Yes – millions!!!
    When King David sinned with Bathsheba, he did so by using his “role and title” to commit what he knew was sin. Then he concocted “a layered method” to cover it up. He got away with it for a period of time. But God knew and was angry with David. God doesn’t appoint, allow or anoint someone into a position of authority and then allow them to violate God’s way of conducting oneself.
    So what did God do! Enter Nathan who was one of God’s prophets and directly involved with King David. God told Nathan exactly what David did. God most likely didn’t say to Nathan, Hey, I think “maybe” David did something he wasn’t supposed to. No, Nathan went to David, used the example of the rich and poor man and then Nathan laid down “without mixing nice words into it”… exactly what God had shown him.
    It is imperative that God’s prophets and His people do the same today. We don’t do it to condemn people but their actions. We stand firm in God’s command “Thou shall not steal”. That means an election or someones vote too!!
    Ask God for the strength and courage to stand firm in what you know to be wrong. Be publicly bold in your stand and let your “representatives” know you demand actions and public support in calling out the fraud. Do not back down. We are standing firm for God, for integrity (which is more than just a word), for honesty and for our nation and those who are being falsely shamed and stifled into silence!!
    I knew months ago, along with many reading this… that there would be theft of every possible manner in this election. We were warned by our president and many others it would happen. Now it has.
    We must continue to ask God for justice. It’s up to us to blanket non-stop our nation with prayer and supporting actions on our part for those on the front lines in this fight.
    Let us continue to call down God’s heavenly army and his Holy hand to rescue and help our nation.

    Amen! 43
  6. I am truly amazed that in 2016 when Donald Trump proclaimed “voter fraud”, he won. Now there is all this “voter fraud” because he lost. I notice, as well, that most of this post is for Donald Trump when it is entitled “Intercessors for America”. Question? Was God in control when Donald Trump won the election in 2016? If so, where is HE now? Is He still God or not? God is Sovereign and not someone that is good when we get what we want from Him. I mean no disrespect to anyone, but ALL GLORY TO GOD. I notice, too, that when the prayers are for Donald Trump, they are against all the evil people against him. Should you not also pray FOR him? Pray that He would ask for forgiveness for the sins he has committed. After all, he does sin. ALL have sinned. I see a lot about voter fraud, but I saw nothing posted when he mocked a man with a physical disability, or when he called people “sons of b*****s” and “b******s”. As a follower of Christ and this being a Christian Post, we should have bowed our heads and trembled in shame. God calls these acts SIN. No matter what we think about this election, God is the One who is in control. He raises kings and he deposes them. He does not need man’s help. Love Donald Trump? Pray that he will watch his mouth. Lastly, when he took the oath as President, he put his left hand on a Bible and raised his right hand and said “So Help Me God”. Words matter.

    Amen! 4
    1. If there is such a thing as “intercessory prayer” done by the church then yes, God needs us to intercede. Those in this group believe that. Someone with a different theology – God’s will is always done no matter what we do – may not feel the need to be a part of this group. We see through a glass darkly but many, many and multiplied many of us see Trump as being the right president for this time. Yes he sins but he also seems to humbly listen to God and his people. Yes pray FOR him. I have many many times. Always hopeful that he will stop being so crass. Look at Jesus’ disciples. They didn’t start out too saintly. God knows who He needs.

      Amen! 18
    2. Words matter – you’re right. So does a person’s heart. God is more concerned with someone’s heart than pretty words or a teleprompter speech. That is why it’s a standing joke when the side opposing President Trump preaches and claims integrity and no fraud in the election.
      You state words matter. So do the hidden intentions of the heart.
      When we read the word of God, we see woven throughout how God uses imperfect and flawed people in all situations. God can and will use anyone He chooses.
      But it is the responsibility of the people to determine and elect leaders who will best serve the needs of a nation. No leader in this nation has done more to do everything possible to protect unborn life or just born life and religious freedom than President Trump.
      Is he rough around the edges at times? Yes he is. But his policies and the promises he has kept speak loudly. Louder than polished words or evil actions and intentions dressed up as “future policies” designed to destroy a nation.
      You need to sort out what I detect is underground hatred hiding in your heart.
      Then I suggest thoroughly reading both political party platforms. (notice I didn’t say glance at them). Then ask God what best lines up with what God desires for our nation. With His word. With his heart. When looking at the difference between the two platforms – it becomes a no brainer when you compare them. Any politician who says they are a believer in God but then carries out the platform of their party that is anti God should not be in office.
      The sad indictment in our nation is that millions voted for Democrats who are openly Pro murder and openly embrace things that God opposes. That is a true sign that millions of people are devoid of the love of God and devoid of a moral compass. They no longer believe in the commands of God. Those are lost people who prove that allegiance to party is more important than the future of their nation. Sadly there are Christians mixed in with those same people.
      To criticize the president is so easy. You are not in his shoes. As Christians, we have a responsibility to pray for our leadership, listen to what they say and then hold them accountable for it. Our president has received enough criticism for a thousand people over their lifetime thanks to unchecked bitterness and hate of so many. That unchecked hatred has permeated our airwaves, news, etc. for 4 straight years. That is what Satan looks like when he is operating and when his goal is to bring destruction to a nation. And when believers participate…they have bought into the lie.

      Amen! 26
      1. Yes. Words come from the heart. Whatever a person speaks, THAT COMES FROM THE HEART. The heart is the starting place for our words and actions. “Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.” (Proverbs 4:23). The two are inclusive. You cannot have one without the other. ” A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things. But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.” (Matthew 12:35-37). “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6:7). We cannot think that this word is for some. It is for ALL people. We cannot treat people any way we wish and expect that it will not come back on us: Democrat or Republican. God is not a respecter of persons. And as to abortion: yes, it is sin. However, that is not the ONLY sin. ( 1 Corinthians 6:9-10; Proverbs 6:16-18). These are just a few references.

    3. Isn’t it ironic that you asked the question “where is God now” in your comment. He is still on the throne. He hasn’t moved. He doesn’t take bribes and He doesn’t compromise for slick and prepared words. God still anoints and picks imperfect humans who are “willing” to carry forth what is needed. God doesn’t sell nations out – humans do that. God doesn’t commit fraud – people do that. And God isn’t ever on our time schedule for anything but is moved by fervent petition and prayers of ordinary people.
      At the Red sea and in the wilderness, Dathan said to Moses “where is your God now”?? And then, in God’s own timing – He showed up. God showed up as the leadership of a flawed leader obeyed Him. And that flawed leader did what he was supposed to be doing. Following God’s will at each needed moment in trying to lead the people – a nation of people who were discouraged and had to learn to be obedient and faithful. And Moses was that flawed leader and not afraid. He wasn’t a puppet that could be manipulated or bought off through fancy terms or alternate schemes or riches.
      And that really sums up where we are presently at in our nation.

      Amen! 15
      1. You are so right. At the right time, God’s time, He showed up. Moses did not have to do anything. Moses knew that he was flawed and left everything in God’s hands. All that Moses had to do was what God told him to do, and “Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord.” Moses did not have to fight. The Battle belonged to the LORD.

        Amen! 9
    4. We do pray for our President and trust God to work all of this mess out. Yes, DNT is human and does sin (surprise surprise). Since you’re so busy casting stones at our president, i dont see how you can be praying for him effectively. But Baby Butcher Biden is our alternative and I pray we don’t go there! If you are a Christian you know God hates the shading of innocent blood. Trump fights for life and liberty. His policies are in line with God’s word, whether his personality offends you or not. Pray that Gods policies prevail and not Satan’s Marxist agenda that pushes abortion, euthanasia, slavery to the system, etc.

      Amen! 15
  7. The church has awakened and united in prayer – hallelujah! The Lord has heard our prayers and He will fight this battle for us (2 Chronicles 20). I praise Him and thank Him for His love and righteousness! He is a God of truth, and He hates lies and deception. The victory is His – praise His name! Watch and see what the Lord is doing – hear the shouts of joy and praise from His people as He exposes the wicked and defeats them!

    Amen! 44

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